Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
The only ways to print chromes in the darkroom now are 1) via internegatives, or 2) via reversal processing of RA4 paper. That's possible but has some pretty significant limitations. There are threads on here if you care to search.

I'm planning to get set up to scan mine and print hybrid, not because I want to, but because it's much more practical than internegatives.
Well how did they print them back in the day?

Like, national geographic was filed with images that were chromes, so how did they do it?


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